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Life After Vaccine

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  Reprinted from Washington State Coronavirus Response (Covid-19) Just got your vaccine? Watch this video to learn what to expect over the next few days:   Every day, more of us across Washington are getting the COVID-19 vaccine. The really good news is that once you’re fully vaccinated, you can start doing some of the activities you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. However, we also need to be mindful that others are still at risk.   Think of it this way:  If you’re fully vaccinated, the vaccine protects you from severe COVID-19 symptoms. To protect others, you still need to wear a mask, stay 6 feet (2 meters) apart, and avoid crowds and indoor spaces without open windows. That’s because we don’t know enough yet about whether the vaccine prevents the spread of COVID-19 from one person to another. What does “fully vaccinated” mean? You are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 two weeks after you get your second shot if you had to get two doses (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna)

Evening Light, Creekside Circle, Spring, 2021

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It's Official, from the CDC...

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  Keep in mind, some businesses, offices and agencies may elect to continue indoor mask mandates in their premises.  Be sure to check ahead of time or take a mask with you.  Use good judgement and consideration for both your safety and that of others.  It may take some time for everyone to adapt to these new recommendations.

Spotted on Creekside Lane

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  And in case that's not awesome enough... Thank you Gretchen McIndoe for the photos. If you discover something special in your Creekside neighborhood, snap a picture of it,  Send it to me and I'll post it on the website.  You can find me in the Roster. -Dave

Spotted on Upper Creekside Lane

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  Thank you Suzie for the photo. If you discover something special in your Creekside neighborhood, snap a picture of it,  Send it to me and I'll post it on the website.  You can find me in the Roster. -Dave ......

Creekside Village Newsletter - May, 2021

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Subscribe to receive news from our very informational website… www.creeksidenow.org   Message from Our President Peggy Noethlich Owners, I am pleased to report the legal matter between Creekside and Pleasant View (PV), our neighbors to the south, is settled.  We will provide further details soon.  In short, we are getting two cash settlements (a total of $20,000), and a judgment, in the public record, against PV on the timber trespass.  On behalf of the Creekside BOD and all Creekside owners, I want to acknowledge and thank Dick Walsh and Norm Culbert.  They have been on the frontlines over the last four years and have spent so much of their time representing our property rights and interests.  This is unpleasant and time-consuming work –documenting the facts and assembling exhibits, meetings with attorneys, long depositions, negotiations and mediations, and trial preparation.  I am grateful this matter is behind us – but I am profoundly grateful for Dick and Norm.  Through all of this

Spotted on Creekside Circle

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  If you discover something special in your Creekside neighborhood, snap a picture of it,  Send it to me and I'll post it on the website.  You can find me in the Roster. -Dave